Do you know how little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet -what the heck is a tuffet anyway? On that note I had to rush off to see my best friend Mr Google to investigate, and a tuffet apparently is a low seat. So now you know. You can't say my blog is nothing but educational. Back to Miss Muffet. If you have ever wondered or lost many a nights sleep wondering what Curds and Whey look like. Here is a picture of the one and the same thing. A scoop of Curds being lifted out of whey
There is a Romanian cheese called Cas Branza. I made one wheel for George to enjoy. No he didn't sneak a wedge whilst I wasn't looking. He took a wedge to share with a Romanian friend, he was helping to move.
The rest of Saturday consisted of the usual chores, some of which are too exciting to even mention here - not!! On to Sunday and more chores. Two appliances actually made a rare appearance. The Iron and Ironing Board - which made it's last appearance six months ago, so not too bad However my sewing machine only comes out once a decade if that? I have had it for over 30 years now, and have had it fully serviced once. Which appears to have done it a lot of good, as it went through a recalcitrant stage, ie spitting it's dummy in the dirt and would start sewing when I stood up from the machine. To the extent that I had to pull the power source when I stood up. I was beginning to think it was The Ghost Of Neglected Sewing Machines pulling a prank on me, but it appears to behave itself now - although it isn't out for that that long to know!! Allow me to present a 1977 Vintage Janome